Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Provincial scene:

Blood disorder drug Soliris to receive limited PharmaCare coverage in B.C.
Voltaire and the 'Candide Syndrome': as seen through the lens of the Site C dam
B.C. property-transfer tax forms to indicate seller's residency
Report calls for federal, provincial policies to address child poverty in B.C.
Jumbo Glacier Resort ruling a ray of sunshine amid B.C.'s regulatory snowstorm
Indigenous kids largely apprehended because of poverty says former child protection worker
Fish farm operator blames storms for debris on island beaches
Washington state governor takes aim at Trump, talks high-speed rail in B.C. speech
Delta council wants feedback on new casino proposal
B.C. grief counsellors say bereavement leave needs to be extended
City of Vancouver expected to make housing announcement soon after feds
Fish farm takes blame for feed bags on Tofino area beaches
Washington State governor calls for high speed rail to Vancouver
Gov. Inslee hails B.C. vision, less thrilled with Trump
Washington governor visits Victoria, pitches train, takes on Trump
Site C arguments rage as clock ticks
Marijuana legalization will bring challenges
Washington Governor Jay Inslee visits B.C.
B.C. government approves coverage of expensive drug for student with rare disease
Barry Neufeld, Chilliwack school trustee, compares gender transitioning to 'child abuse'
First they were displaced by B.C. wildfires, now fraudsters may be trying to claim their cash
Former Pitt Meadows councillor convicted of sex assault steps down from city job in Port Coquitlam
City of Surrey one step closer to new outdoor stadium
Our kids are safe: It's homeless people who are in danger
Oceans are the New Front Line in the Fight Against Climate Change
Let Seniors Have Discounted rides on Ferries, says Watts
Fentanyl forum focuses on youth
Protestors set up trailer to monitor Kinder Morgan
Site C arguments rage as clock ticks
Popular solution to the province's housing crisis proposed by union report
TransLInk fired off letter to the straight following Coquitlam mayor's Facebook post on SkyTrain hours

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